Feb 17, 2013 9:30pm EST
it can be taken forward. i think it is also right to say that the citizens in london and u.k. is important. put pressure on employers, if you can do you should be a living wage employers. at least you can make a comparison across a sector. you don't make-up reasonable comparisons, who is paying the live wage and who isn't? i think it is something we need to come back to and something we can make progress for. >> as much as i would love to see robin at bbc news. you said in 2012 that you would like to see a manage tax to reverse tax credits. do you still stand by that? secondly, continue down the status of these announcements today. is this a policy pledge? is this an idea? if what you would do if ed was presenting the budget this month? which is it? >> the government's budget and the mansion tax cut the tax an cut the tax credits and we've said over the last year, they should look at -- not going to the top rate tax cut in april. we're not going ahead with the 1% hit on tax credit. when we talk about the youth jobs guarantee we talk about the tax to pay for that. today, we'